Question Cannot find Quad kit. Help?

Gagan Karhana

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So,
I have Msi X99s Gaming 7 and i7 5820K. They are almost 4 years old.
I am planning on upgrading my setup to RTX 2070 and adding 32gb quad Channel 8GbX4 kit.
Here are the problems:
1- Is 5820K still good? I can overclock it to 4 Ghz.
2- Bottleneck isuue?
3- Cannot find single quad Channel kit in Indian Market. Not even 4x4gb

So, Any suggestions?
For Ram.
-Going for two Dual Channel kits good idea?
-Four individual sticks same make model?
Importing Ram Kit via NewEgg? Warranty Issue?
-Or stick to Dual Channel Kit? 32gb.

PC is basically for Gaming.
 

Gagan Karhana

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Nov 9, 2013
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So,
I have Msi X99s Gaming 7 and i7 5820K. They are almost 4 years old.
I am planning on upgrading my setup to RTX 2070 and adding 32gb quad Channel 8GbX4 kit.
Here are the problems:
1- Is 5820K still good? I can overclock it to 4 Ghz.
2- Bottleneck isuue?
3- Cannot find single quad Channel kit in Indian Market. Not even 4x4gb

So, Any suggestions?
For Ram.
-Going for two Dual Channel kits good idea?
-Four individual sticks same make model?
Importing Ram Kit via NewEgg? Warranty Issue?
-Or stick to Dual Channel Kit? 32gb.

PC is basically for Gaming.
I am from India BTW
 

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That CPU is better than most CPU's you can buy today, I wouldn't upgrade, unless you are going for a 9-900k

Buying another dual kit, should work, but everyone says mixing kits can be a problem. It's a small problem, but canb exist.

I like newegg they are good for when I am working in other countries.
 
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Gagan Karhana

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Brother, If I Purchase from Newegg, there is no warranty. Although I am paying about 30-40 percent less too.
Now If I get Individual sticks completely same model and make ram sticks. Will I be fine?
I could stick to dual stick kit but Quad is the future. Ryzen two would be supporting quad kits and new gen pci too.
 

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